This recipe is adapted from one by famous British cook Mary Berry. The shortbread is rich, slightly floral and goes great with a cup of tea. Best of all, it only has 4 ingredients!Continue reading “Lavender Shortbread”
A bit of salty and a bit of sweet! These soft and chewy chocolate chip cookies have a nice depth of flavour from an unexpected ingredient.Continue reading “Miso Chocolate Chip Cookies”
Christmas cookies are not really a tradition in Australia (nor is use of the term “cookie”), but they do make shortbread here, so why not combine 2 traditions? With only 6 ingredients and one bowl, these are so remarkably simple to make and there’s barely any washing up to do! The whole recipe, from start to finish, will take you all of 20 minutes. I halved the recipe for our small household, but have posted the version that makes 2 batches. Enjoy!
I’ve been on a chocolate chip kick here, obviously, so here’s a dead easy recipe for delicious oat bars. When I say easy, I mean 4 steps easy. They’re great for a mid-day snack, and offer a (slightly) healthier alternative to brownies!
I’ve heard people say that these cookies will, at some point, replace currency. That’s how good they are. They are crunchy, smooth, buttery, and not mind-blowingly sweet. They’re a hit at parties and are decadent in their simplicity.
I have to toot my own horn here and say this is the best cookie recipe I’ve concocted thus far. They’re crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, and are wholesome yet decadent. I used less butter than some other chocolate chip cookie recipes, and therefore the cookies don’t spread out much and aren’t as dense.
When it comes to brownies, are you on Team Fudgy or Team Cakey? I personally prefer fudgy brownies, and this recipe certainly delivers. The greatest thing about this recipe is that it is nearly as simple as using boxed mix, but the results are far superior. Preparation is a breeze, and the result is a decadent, fudgy brownie with a gorgeous crisp top. This recipe is based on the King Arthur Flour brownie recipe that’s been floating around the internet for ages now. I made a few changes and simplified the process a bit, and the result is a fail safe recipe for a brownie anyone on Team Fudgy would enjoy.
My mother makes these cookies every Christmas, and I usually end up spending the entire day trying not to eat the entire batch. They’re chocolatey, almondy, and have a rich texture like soft shortbread.
This is the most versatile muffin recipe ever. You can basically make these muffins any flavour you want, just by swapping out the vanilla for other extracts or essences. It could be for breakfast, it could be for dessert, you can seriously get creative. It’s moist on the inside, has a bit of crunch on the outside, and it’s hard to screw this one up. I’ll post the original recipe here, and list the successful variations I’ve tried so far.